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Steineke announces resignation from assemblyWISCONSIN – Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) announced Monday, July 11, that he will resign from the state Assembly effective at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27. The announcement follows his January announcement that he would not be seeking another term in office. “After announcing in January that I would …

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Contested primaries to be held in three local legislative races

By Press Times Staff BROWN COUNTY – Following last week’s filing deadline for legislative candidates, three contested primaries have materialized for districts in parts of Brown County. In the 90th Assembly District, Democratic incumbent Staush Gruszynski faces a primary challenge Aug. 11 from Kristina Shelton, a Green Bay school board member, in Gruszynski’s bid for …

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Brown County remains under Safer at Home order until May 20 

By Press Times Staff BROWN COUNTY – Brown County will retain a Safer at Home order until at least Wednesday, May 20.  This comes after a 4-3 ruling in the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Wednesday, May 13, which found Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm broke state law when she issued an April …

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State funding again proposed to help build new visitor center

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – After state funding to help build a new visitor center in the Green Bay area wasn’t included in Gov. Tony Evers’ approved biennial budget, another effort has been introduced to provide a $2 million state grant for the project. Evers was on hand for a press conference Monday, …

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Lawmakers, leaders and educators come to the table in Suamico

By Ben Rodgers Editor SUAMICO – The message on Friday, May 10, to state lawmakers was simple – $7 million. That’s how short the Howard-Suamico School District falls when compared to other districts in Wisconsin related to district funding, said Matt Spets, assistant superintendent of operations. “Year over year, the high school and our board …

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